Big Mitch - Namibia’s best comedian

Big Mitch won the Best Comedian award in Namibia at the first-ever Simply You Magazine Lifestyle and Fashion awards that were held at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) in Windhoek last Saturday.

Namibia on the verge of Africa T20 history

Namibia’s national cricket team is on the cusp of making Africa T20 Cup history after securing a semifinal spot for the first time following a six wickets defeat of South Western Districts (SWD) on 27 August at Sahara Park Willowmoore in Benoni, South Africa.

Namibia more vulnerable to external shocks - IJG

Namibia is now more vulnerable to external shocks than before, due to limited monetary and fiscal policy space, an analysis of the economy by IJG Securities has revealed.

R&B star billed to perform in Namibia

American singer, songwriter, actor and dancer, Omarion, is expected to perform at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek on 27 October.

Namibia in the dark about China beef exports

Namibia is still in the dark about when beef exports to China would start after earlier negotiations were stopped due to a Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) outbreak in areas south of the Veterinary Cordon Fence.

Namibia is best in Kapana

Namibia is a serious meat-eating country; vegans and vegetarians are highly misunderstood here.  Kapana, therefore, is a highly regarded business in the Land of the Brave.

Break out the steins, its Internation Beer Day

All of Namibia should be dancing a jig on Friday, 4 August, which is International Beer Day (IBD).  In these cold, dull days of winter and economic recession, it is time to look ahead to happier days by hoisting a brew in hopeful anticipation.
Alrosa diamond mining company’s management and some diplomats from diamond producing countries met in Moscow, Russia, in 2007 to discuss prospects of cooperation. The meeting was attended by representatives of Angola, Belgium, Zimbabwe, Canada, Congo, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Japan.

Namibia renews commitment to renewable energy

Namibia has set itself an ambitious target of providing 70 percent of the country’s energy mix from renewable resources by the year 2020, Mines and Energy Deputy Minister, Kornelia Shilunga, said on Wednesday at the launch of solar panels at the UN House in Windhoek.

Corruption steals into Food Bank

The thriving culture of corruption in Namibia has taken root in the Food Bank initiative, with managers, nurses and civil servants benefiting from the free monthly groceries.
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